RotobuzzGuy Now Hosting Fantasy Alarm Podcast

by Howard Bender on March 10, 2014

fantasy alarm logoAs many of you know, I’m doing my best to supplant the great Ray Flowers as the hardest working man in the fantasy sports business. I’ve been stringing together a number of writing gigs for some time, contributing to as many fantasy sports web sites and magazines as I can squeeze into my day and have, without sounding too bragadocious, met with great success in my mission. Between my assignments at RotoWire, FanGraphs and Fantasy Alarm, I’ve also managed to continue with my work over here at, particularly with the Mock Draft Army and as we head into the busiest month of the fantasy baseball season, things are growing even more.

So let’s add one more log to the fire, shall we?

If you haven’t been paying attention to my Twitter feed or the RotobuzzGuy Facebook page, you’re missing out and I suggest you hit both up on a regular basis. Because if you’re not, you missed the big announcement over the weekend that I, along with Michael Pichan, am now hosting the Fantasy Alarm Podcast. The show is airing over at Blog Talk Radio every Thursday and Sunday night at 9pm (ET). The inaugural show was Sunday, March 9, so if you missed it, click here for the online archive, as the iTunes link is not yet available. It will be soon though, so be patient.

You’ve probably heard me doing a number of podcast appearances and regular guest spots over at SiriusXM Fantasy Radio over the last year or so and now I finally get the chance to host for the full hour and talk about whatever the hell I want to talk about. We’re already neck-deep in our fantasy baseball coverage and will do our best to help you through your drafts, so please tune in. There’s a live chat room open during the show and we’ll also be taking your phone calls as well.

So don’t miss it! Every Thursday and Sunday night at 9pm (ET) — The Fantasy Alarm Podcast on Blog Talk Radio. You’ll be glad you tuned in.



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